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. you have six months to get it right. >> the recruitment video for newport beach, california. i want you to check out what newport beach looks like according to their chamber of commerce. >> real nice place to live. >> i've been there quite a bit in the last three years and it's a beautiful beach town. it's quiet. it's the o.c. >> because they have the hard core cops all over the place cracking skulls, keeping the place nice. >> this cop video makes it look like it's camden, new jersey. the world's most dangerous place. >> no offense to anybody from camden, of course. >> anyone that's still alive in camden. >> they got to show you action, that's what you want to go to work for. >> you don't want to show people the bad stuff. you want to show them you'll be patrolling the peach and these pretties in bikinis. you don't need to show dash cam video. that's what "right this minute" is for. >> lay on the ground. >> the people who are horrified are saying stuff like newport beach where your dreams come true. tired to sitting on your mom's couch? how about getting off that couch and coming t
with a mystery about an electric guitar that just might be the same one bob dylan played at the 1965 newport folk festival. it's rock and roll history. we'd love to see his guitar to either learn if we made a mistake and how we made the mistake or if we have the real thing. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: the troubles with the u.s. economy-- and the possible fallout-- were on full display today. a task force report told of states facing ever-deeper budget holes. but the chairman of the federal reserve withheld any promise of immediate help. ben bernanke came before the senate banking committee acknowledging that the economy ha
. newport is much smaller in scale, not only does the race, but the city itself. what we are building here is greater. there was some excitement and one of the boat capsized, it had to be repaired overnight. i appreciated a lot more the variables. for those who do not know, that is the variable for sailing, much greater than a race car or horserace. the adjustments needed to get down to what you are supposed to do. i think that the other thing to be found in terms that team basis was what we have heard about in terms of seeing 120 in of stuff being set up. it is quite amazing. it all gets packed up and they moved it from site to site. everything is self-contained. we visited the back, we saw the front in terms of the media set up. it is an enormous amount of effort to put on these races. finally, the venue management, which is what we would be tasked with in san francisco, in terms of how we manage the people and the traffic, the venues and retail, there are two things that i picked up that i thought would be useful. they used water taxis very actively to move people around. was enjoyable.
trying to get to mexico. for men and fired shots at a chalet store in newport far >>> their new questions about the health and safety in the colorado it shooting suspect. according to the news, james holmes told that allows workers he does not remember why he's in jail. he complains of a stomach ache of the shell house news. he has to wear a bulletproof vest because authorities are worried that he could be a target. members of the call rocklin team visited victims. they said that they felt compelled to come. they said that they wanted to make them spile even just a few minutes. >>> he is questioning the city's preparedness. he is also talking about a meeting that is supposed to be secret. kate is in the news room with your world >>> unfortunately for the gop you that i did it, it was one blunder after another. mitt romney is facing fire for a couple choice comments he made about organizers of the games. this was a sharp response from the prime minister who took jabs at mitt romney. >>> i appreciated the insights and perspectives. >>> both groups would not confirm or deny the meetings. he
of this years ago when i was visiting newport, rhode island, and going through a tour of one of the quote cottages which are sort of very fancy mansions that these people in new york would build and they would take their steamship up from new york for the newport, spewing coal dust, up to newport for the weekend. and one of them said this tea set was owned by marie antoinette. and this belonged to marie antoinette and this belonged to king louie xvi. i said they had a fixation on the king and queen who were guillotined. they weren't sure they were going to be killed by the mob themselves. they didn't know what we know, that that kind of revolution didn't happen here. we have all sorts of good reasons why it didn't. but your picture of people alienated, i start off with demography often and in 1910, as i said, new york city, the five boroughs had five million people. manhattan had 2.3 million people. the current population of manhattan is 1.6 million. they had 2.3 million. one-half of them, 1.15 million, lived in south of 14th street in manhattan. that is essentially the size of the penins
millersville home on newport bay" community.police found have not yet confirmeddhhr . bu identity. two fire companies in tte city wwll close today.. due to baltimore's budget deficit.but one of the compaaies slated to closee. will beeopen a little bit longer.this is video of truck 10 at a fireeon roberts street in west baltimore on wednnsday night.the presidenn of the firefighters union says truck 10 will not lose until october. a hollywood legend has died. dded.oscar winning actorr pver the weekend.borgnine e 95 nabbed an academy awarr for his role in the 19--5 film ""arty." the film-turned televvsion actor was oe of phe originial celebrities on squares."borggine assstill making movves and televisson appearances less than a year pefore his death. the altimooe parmers' market is givvng you for your proddce. hhw you pay mayor stephanie rawlings-bllke held a press conference sunday announcing that the baltimorr bucks incentives and debittcards can now be used to buy fresh pruits and vegetables at the city's largest farmers market. p halth officials say tte new payment options
taking the latest series title in newport, rhode island sets up great deal of excitement for when they're back on course in san francisco. >> i think it will be awesome. honestly, i can't wait for this. the breeze has been fantastic this summer. i think we have a fantastic racetrack. we're right near the downtown, near the marina green area. i think people are going to like this racing. off newport and all the other venues we've gone to, i think the crowds will be massive. and it will really start to go mainstream. >> reporter: bay area native john, the tactician for team oracle usa knows firsthand why competing on the bay will be memorable both for his team and the fans. >> san francisco is my hometown. i grew up sailing there. i'm really looking forward to bringing this event and world series to series. we'll show the people in my hometown, really, what -- what, you know, this exciting sailing really is. and i think we'll raise a few eyebrows. and i'm really looking forward that we're going to have event there. we're going to have good winds, and it will be quite exciting. >> reporte
, consistently areas of rain around virginia beach, the newport news looks to be weakening. central portions of north carolina, rain. greens buburg to raleigh, rain. the texas coast, beaumont, port arthur through galveston and an few showers near houston popped up. a few areas this morning a rough drive. otherwise, a quiet weather map the entire northern half kuch country. a warm weather map and not the incredible heat wave we've seen over the last the two weeks and hoping to get rain. arkansas one of the worst drought spots in the country along with colorado. the potential, especially eastern half of arkansas, a little rain. showers and thunderstorms hit-and-miss throughout the south east and a warm typical summerlike day for rest of us. enjoy. >> thanks, bill. >>> revising downward on wall street. americans city going bust, and which of the united states is the best for doing business? your "first look" at this morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, griffin strikes is rich, an all-star blowout and what fans know the rest of us don't. you're watching "first look" on
. >> in the statement, bob has possession of the electric guitar he played at the newport folk festival in 1965." this by orin snyder. going on, "he did own several other stratocaster guitars that were stolen from him around that time, as well as were some handwritten lyrics." so in a way there is a little bit of room there that says that there is a real possibility that what you all have is indeed possible to that 1965 link. what would it sneen what else the big picture or symbolism behind the finding of this guitar and how do you extrapolate what it meant for bob dylan as a music artist for that time, that being a very historic moment, and what does it say about these musical instruments that are as iconic as perhaps the musician themselves? >> well, i mean in my opinion, if you look at what are the historic moments in rock 'n' roll history. you've got the beatles, you maybe have something with elvis presley, hendricks maybe at woodstock but really you have bob dylan going electric. every historian will tell you that. at the time period you have to remember, he was the social conscience of th
sunday morning on a newport avenue in the arundel on the bay community. firefighters say the fire was so intense with flames shooting through the roof for 40 minutes, once inside, crews found the woman's body in her upstairs bedroom. a dog that is strained trained to sniff out fumes was brought in. >> looking at it was terrifying. i couldn't imagine somebody being in there. >> it felt like she was not out of the house by now, she is not going to get out. >> reporter: investigators say there were smoke alarms in the home. they are not sure if they were working at the time of the fire. again, investigators don't have a cause for the fire and they have not ruled out arson. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> county police are continuing to look for suspects in the deadly shooting that happened in parkville on darlington drive around 2 on sunday morning. police say they received a call of gunshots and when they arrived they found a man shot in the street and was pronounced dead at the scene. >>> 5:34. as a parent, there are a number of things you fear that could happen to your child, but finding
in the 3400 block of newport avenue, the female victim has not been identified and fire investigators are awaiting the results of an apings -- autopsy to determine the cause. >>> and some pretty impressive lightning and of course things are much calmer this evening and cooler after days of unending heat. it's ended at least for now, so how long will we have this reprieve from the heat and let's check in with wyatt everhart whose in the storm center for what's on tap. >> the boundary that pushed the heat out of here looks to stay south tonight and tomorrow. i think most to have the storm action will stay south of us for the next 24 to 48 hours. take a look across the state now, a couple of showers, those are just about done but are one of the big stories of the day, that heat wave breaking, low 80s east of the baltimore and new york, for the most part we stayed out of the 90s with that cool northeasterly flow coming in. we'll talk about how things developed through the rest of the week. >>> thanks a lot. the heat wave may have broken, but it's still uncomfortable for the folks without
this afternoon. the mile long freight train left newport rhode island just over two weeks ago. cars are delivering equipment for the cup. it is the first time the train has used pier 80 in more than a decade. >>> crews sprang into action after a man became stranded half way down a cliff. and coming up what rescuers did today to get him back to stable ground. >> also, the cool down continues our meteorologist rosemary orosko will let us know how many degrees we're going to drop. [ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of the way. back in '08, we didn't have these u-verse wireless receivers that let you move the tv around wherever. no siree, bob. who's bob? and if you didn't have a tv outlet, well then you couldn't watch diddly-squat. you talk a lot. you have no idea how goo
construction of a newport that could undermine the reef study. the global body also asked the australian government to take measures to protect the reef. unesco officials warned that unless the situation improves, the reef could be added to the list of world heritage in danger as early as next year. members of the australian government say they will promptly consider measures in consultation with local authorities, responsible for port construction permits. however, the government has to balance protecting the world heritage site with bolstering the resource industry. a pillar of the country's economy. >> what the australian government agreed to do is to conduct a strategic assessment of the regulations and legislation. we accept that it is a marine-managed area with economic and social activity recreation as well as conservation. >> this natural treasure of australia and the world is fast emerging a test case for juggling resource development, and the environmental sensitivity. nhk world. >>> one of the emerging economies want to have an annual growth rate of at least 6%. the government
started sunday morning on newport avenue in annapolis. a young boy spotted the flames and ran to his mother to call 911. firefighters found the body of a woman inside. >> we have seen her. we did know her husband passed away recently. that was all my family knew about her. >> it is not clear how the fire started. officials think it may have started in the kitchen and a back bedroom area. this is the second deadly house fire in anne arundel county in the past week. no word on whether the home had working smoke detectors. good news and bad news concerning the status of the power outages. on sunday, pg&e crews said power had been restored to all customers. because of last night's storm, some areas experience outages again. they have restored power to 748,000 homes in central maryland taking nine days. that is only second in number to the damage done by hurricane irene last year. >> hopefully we do not have to do it again. that is unrealistic. next time, we will be even better prepared than this time. >> it is reported some areas are without power because of last night's storm. we will h
broke out arounn 10 this millersville home on newport aaenue in the "arundel on the but have not yet confirmed her identtty. one of the baltimooe city fire companies that was supposed to close... will stay open just a little bit longer.this is video of truck 10 at a fire on roberts street in west the president of the firefighters unioo says truck 10 will not close until octoberrtww other comppnies will closs tomorrow... tragedy on the eastern shore tonight.the bodies of three children have been recovered from a creek. preee.authorities say the three boys... 12- year- old coosins and an 8- year- old friend.... were pulled from federalsburg this morning. playing basketball nearby and may have gone into the creek feet wide and between 5 and 10 peet deep. 3 police need your help fighting searching for the man who ily, killed 19-year- old terrence anderson in may. may.police are looking for the buying snacks before--police say-- he shot anderson in tte head.it happpnee on north eutaw street.the vvctim's family sayssthe teennwas working two jobs, to pay for college: "i know if he was her
out around 10 sunday morning aat the home on newport avenue in woman's body inside.... two fire companies in the city closed today.. due too baltimore's budget deffcit.but one of the companies that was supposed to close..... .. will be open a little bit longer. this is video oo truck 11 atta fireeon roberts treet in west baltimore last wednesday night. the president of the firrfiggters unioo says truck 10 will not closs until october. the heat wave smothering maryland seems to have broken......but not before a dramatic increase in the &pnumber of people who died fro heat-relattd problees. problems.state health pfficials now say 18 people have died from heat related causes...8 deaths were monday.2 of the victims wwre from other statts.in all of last year, 34 people died from the heat. anddinvestigatorr believe &pheat may have contributed to saturday's drowning of three young boys on the easternnshore. shooe.the boys-- ages 12, 11 swimm according to family mmmbers.they were lass seen playing basketballlat theirr church in federalsburg. ttying o cool off from the reeord 102- deg
. flames broke out around 10 sunday morring inside the home on newport avenueein the community in millerrvillee police found the woman's body inside.... but have not et confirmee her identity. two fire companies in the city will close today.. due to ballimore's budget deficit.but one of the companies that was supposed to close........ will be open a little bit longer. this is video of truck 10 at a fire on roberts street in west baltimore last wednesday night. the president of the firefighters union says truck 10 will not close until october. a tragic weeeend in a small &pcommunity on the eastern ssor. three bbys were found dead in a creek hours after they were reported missing.paul geesler joins us n studio--paul, apparently the oppressive heatwave played a role. that's what investigatorss suspect.the three oys... ages 12, 11 nd 6... were last playing basketball near their church ii federalsburg.their chhrch pastor says none off them knew how to swim. it reached a recooddhigh 102 degrees saturdayyin federalsburg.authoriiies believe the threeeboys went into the nearby mars
on newport aver in the bay community. it took about 50 firefighters to get the two alarm fire under control. authorities do not know what caused the fire. it caused about $200,000 in damages and actually this is the second fire within just one week. >>> well squad eleven along with a ladder truck 15 ended service today in baltimore city among heavy strike outny with residents and fire -- scrutiny of residents and firefighters, truck 10 has been given an extension until october when it will show down, but residents say safety really is their main concern. >> they saved my life. i passed out here near the woods and they came me, and brought an ambulance to me and came and saved my life. >> i would )a÷say bthe !k÷7gov would need to look somewhere else to cut the budget than to mess with the fire department. >>> tom blast within the fire department says the city's fire response time is still quicker than the national average. they claim these changes won't slow down the response time. >>> the people behind the st. patrick's day beating pleaded guilty today. aaron parsons the suspect who in t
was called out around 10 sunday morning on newport avenue in arundel on the bay community. now firefighters say the fire was so intense with flames shooting through the roof for 40 minutes once inside, they found the woman's body in herup stair -- upstairs bedroom a dog trained to sniff out clues was brought in. they are not sure if it is sniffing for excel rants. >> -- being a sell rants. >> to bring in -- accelerants. >>>> we bring in dogs to make sure we have everybody accounted for. >> it was terrifying looking at it i couldn't imagine somebody being in there. >> reporter: investigators say there were smoke alarms in the home and they are not sure if they are working -- if they were working at the time of the fire. they don't have a cause. arson has not been ruled out. sherrie johnon, abc -- johnson, abc2 news. >>> dozens are looking for a new place to call home a fire rigged through a complex. part of the building collapsed and before the fire crews came to get it under control, theblazing heat didn't help. one fear fighter suffered from heat ex-- firefighter suffered from heat exhaust
that killed a woman. the flames broke out around 10 yesterday morning at a house in the 3400 block of newport avenue in millersville. took crews about 40 minutes to put it out. >>> this morning, investigators are trying to find out what caused a massive house fire in largo, maryland. it broke out at a single family home on the 1500 block of marjorie drive. luckily no one was hurt. >>> and three boys reported missing over the weekend, drowned on maryland's eastern shore. the bodies of the two 12-year- old cousins and an eight-year- old friend were found yesterday morning. they were last seen playing basketball in a church parking lot saturday afternoon. no foul play is expected. >>> if you can't get on to the internet this morning, your computer could be infected with malicious software. some internet service providers may put technical solutions in place to correct the server problem but warns themalware will affect the computers. there are 500,000 computers affected worldwide, 60,000 here in the united states. >>> one minute, they were setting off fireworks and the next minute, they were dod
sunday morning on newport avenue in arundel on the bay community. firefighters say the fire was intense with flames shooting through the roof for 40 minutes. once-side, crews found the -- once inside, crews found the body in the upstairs bedroom. neighbors felt so help if you. a dog brought in to sniff out clues was brought in. they are not saying in the dog was sniffing for possible accelerants. >> on a call of this nature to bring in extra dogs and to confirm and get everyone is accounted for. >> looking at it was terrifying. i couldn't imagine somebody being in there. >> reporter: investigators say there were smoke alarms in the home. they are not sure if they were working at the time of the fire. again, investigators don't have a cause for the fire. and arson has not been ruled out. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> news time 6:05 and today we will bring much relief to the eastern half which suffered through a heat wave that's been blamed for 46 deaths, 13 of them right here in maryland. >> unbearable. >> we are ready for relief. >> 6 days over 100 in raleigh north carolina and 10 day
. they will be home to more than 50 employees of the north face, and officials say this newport will be net zero energy consumption panel and they are using wind power generators and it is a very green operation in alameda and it is only now. >> -- it is opening now. >>> a stranded hiker comes to the aid of a chp officer, how officers are now recovering after being rescued from the blade of a helicopter. >>> what happened to this girl on a sky ride in a storm? >>> we have a "k" tv u news app, you can watch all of our newscasts live so you can be connected any time anywhere. demi this country was built by working people. the economy needs manufacturing. machines, tools, people making stuff. companies have to invest in making things. infrastructure, construction, production. we need it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ . >>> in new jersey, a teen was stuck 35 feet in the
ut around 10 a-m sunday at the millersville home on newport avenue in the "arundel on the bay" community.police found tte woman's body inside... but have not yet ccnfirred hhr identity. a warning tooay... for families planning another barbecue thhs summer. the centers ffr disease control ann prevention says there's been a recent spike in emmrgency room visits... due po people swallowing wire bristles from grill brushes. the c-d-c says injuriee rangee from smalls cut iin he neck... to more erious condiiions... such as intestinal gashes that require emergency surgery.so before you start flipping thh rill surface for stray e bristles. talk about getting the mileage 19-66 vollo has well mooe than 2 million miles on the odommter... that's the equivalent of nearly 1-thousand- 1 hundred-and-76 tiies around tte globe. the retired schoolteacher from long island hassheld the high mileage vehicle since 2002.he hopes to reach the 3 yeer. here's ssme advice you can take to the bank... pennies saved can reaaly add up. up.thomas daigle shooed up to a massachusetts bank with two rolled p
at the newport folk festival in 1965. he says he has the guitar in his possession, but a woman whose father flied him to the concert claims it's in her possession. experts agree with her. >> i knew it. it's like, that's monumental, and i'll ask you about why it's so monumental. >> he was really classified as a folk artist, protest artist, and all of a sudden he pulled out an electric and people yelled out judas. the crowd is like, what are you doing? they were upset. they booed him. >> really? >> yeah. >>> two music legends have teamed up -- >> very serious. >> it was. seems like nothing now. but it was big. two music legends teamed up this summer and they have a chance for you to see them for free. talking about rod stewart and stevie nicks, heart and soul 2012 tour comes to verizon center july 27. for a chance to win two tickets, go to myfoxdc.com. you must be 18 to enter -- what did i say? >> you must be 18 or enter. >> you must be 18 to enter and a legal resident of d.c., maryland or virginia. complete rulessen our web site. >> bob dylan going rock messed you up in the head. >> still ramifica
and soothing at a jewelry store inside a bay area mall in broad daylight. ktvu's amber lee live in newport mall in newark. she spoke to the manager and got an account of what happened. >> reporter: police say the four robbers got away by running through this jcpenney store and jumping into two waiting cars leaving behind the shaken owners of the jewelry store. >> reporter: the aftermath of a brazen noontime robbery, two people were inside. the owner, the person who manages the store and a customer. >> jewelry and other related items were grabbed during the robbery. during this time also we've learned there were shots fired inside the store. thankfully no one was injured. >> reporter: the manager told us when one robber failed to break the display case, another shot it. the robbery took minutes. >> the mall should be a safe place. >> reporter: this shopper says she comes to the mall regularly and news of the armed robbery in broad daylight raises safety concern. >> it's harder now even as parents to go any where. because now we're like where are we going to go where we're going to be safe becaus
your way out towards seminary road. you will newport a stretch of slow traffic there. southbound 270 is good to go coming in out of germantown. no problems to report leaving father hurley boulevard conning out towards the split. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> a dose lawmaker wants to make sure hefty traffic fines in the city are about safety and not just revenue. ward six sound sill member tommy wells is creigh its aing a task force to studdity possible of lowering the steep charges. the move will likely hit some opposition because lawmaker are counting on the fine to help fund the city's budget. traffic cameras in d.d. d.c. genera attempt d $55 million. >>> tweets were silenced for more than an hour yesterday. i guess the people had to go back and communicate with each other the old way. this is the second time twitter has been hit by an outage in the last five weeks. pick up the phone. send a letter. just talk to people. >> haven't we learned about tweeting. >> i know. >> we still have to tweet though. ♪ i've never felt this way before, but it's a scary time t
of the president. >> the sprawling shipyards in newport news would suffer but obama says republican recalcitrants, is the reason for the impasse. and the budget would cut billions in aid to military families. virginia's changing demographic makeup made it competitive. the sprawling washington suburbs adding thousands of federal and high-tech workers to balance the small town rural west. in a speech to overflow crowd, mr. obama suggested virginia is too important to concede any part of the state. >> when we win virginia, we'll have won the election. >> virginia's social conservatives will be a powerful force for romney, but the state's jobless rate is almost three points less than the national average making it less of an advantage for republicans. and just as the healthcare bill inflames the republican base, democrats spurn over republican attempts to repeal it. >> 33 votes to repeal the healthcare bill. all it would take is one vote to make sure that all of you don't see your taxes go up next year. you tell me what would be a better use of time. >> reporter: university of virginia political anal
are trying to figure out what caused a fire at a home on newport avenue in millersville. the fire caused about $200,000 in damage. >>> this morning investigators are trying to find out what caused a massive house fire in largo, maryland. this broke out last night at a single family home in the 1500 block of marjorie drive. flames consumed the front of the house forcing firefighters to evacuate the structure. the fire seriously damaged the home but no one was hurt. >>> making headlines, six americans are killed in afghanistan. they died in a roadside bombing while serving with nato. the taliban is claiming responsibility for the attack. another two nato soldiers were killed in the south but nato has not said what country they are from. a total of 29 nato soldiers and civilians were killed yesterday. afghanistan is one of the poorest countries on earth but it is getting a financial post to the tune of $16 billion in development aid. secretary of state hillary clinton was at a donor's conference in tokyo and met with hamid karzai. the meeting was to show that there will be no quick exit fro
in the home in the 3400 block of newport avenue in millersville and took crews 40 minutes to put it out and caused about $2,000 in damage. >>> this morning, investigators are trying to find out what caused a massive house fire in largo. it broke out last night on that 1500 block of marjorie drive. the fire seriously damaged the home and luckily no one was hurt. >> and that is some good news. >> yeah. >> and i know. >> dave is here with the sports breakfast and good morning to you, dave. >> and can you believe we're halfway home from major league baseball already? >> i can't believe we started. >> and what a start for you. >> that's good. >> and -- . >> we're in a good place and see if we can stand here as the second half begins and this is us art the all-star break and if i said this team is 14 games over 500, you can check that in a sec, right? >> and that is no doubt. >> he's not going to the game and there is an issue with his oblique. >> uh. >> and tearing off of the -- the cover off of the home runs, and had trouble in the ninth. clifford, and this gets away. the go ahead run for t
in the boundary waters. great place, great folks. you will like it! beautiful up there! >> and newport, rhode island is a blast. go on a mansion crowd and see how the real one percenters live. great restaurants and a good walking town. so there you go. and the tip of the day, if you haven't made up your mind, those are four great places in the usa. have fun. that's it for us right now. check out the website. and also we would like you to spout off about the factor from anywhere in the world. o'reilly@foxnews.com. name and town if you wish to opine. word of the day, do not be rebarbitive when writing to the factor. another tip, if you
, i usually go to martha's vineyard, maine, newport, rhode island. i don't think i'm going in the water. >> uh-uh. uh-uh. >> at this point we are hearing so much about it. it is time to take some -- some -- >> i wonder if there is more, or is the media covering it more. that's always the question to me. you know, big news every summer. gets kind of redundant. i think. >> it may be time to, to be careful. >> if there ain't no chlorine, there ain't no rob in the water. me and floaties, no, you all can have the ocean. >> i am with you. >>> here is your tuesday forecast. showers from d.c. up to boston. expect heavy rain along the coast. thunderstorms from indianapolis, pittsburgh. hail, dangerous winds, new orleans to hot-lanta. flash floods in the southwest. >>> 90s, triple digits in the rockies and plains. 80s across the midwest. 70s in northeast and pacific northwest. >>> well, it's been a decent olympic so far for the u.s. swimming teams. no one can practice all day. so here's the question -- what do swimmers do with their down time? ♪ hey i just met you ♪ and this is c
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